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to call him pitching coach number two, mark gardener. >> coach and the catching instructor bill hayes. >> and giants hitting instructor joe lefebvre. >> there are only 23 managers in the long history of major league baseball who have won at least two world series. he's the first national manager to win two just like that since the mid-70's. ladies and gentlemen, the manager of the world champion giants, bruce bochy. [cheers and applause] >> that's right. bruce! okay. now let's meet the players themselves. [cheers and applause] we need to give this guy a big round of applause. unfortunately he couldn't be here because of a family emergency but he had the winning run in game four. give it up for ryan theriot. he saved a perfect game with the greatest catch of the season and he kept doing it all through the post season, left fielder number seven. gregor blank koa. >> he did it with his bat and with his words. the guy sort of got the giants going before game through with cincinnati, hunter pens. [cheers and applause] >> in game four in detroit he knocked in the first run with a tr
was a good president and history may agree, who knows. we can't count them. wayne hayes, ruger mills, gary hart and bill clinton. do we say well, if they do that, we have to dispense with them. they can't be in the public eye. chris: you be the judge. you're the president of the united states for 10 minutes and i bring to you the petraeus case. it hasn't gotten out yet but will get out and you know it will because there are people out there, an f.b.i. agent, c.i.a. agent and they can drop anything anywhere. will you keep him on? >> he's the c.i.a. director and blackmail and all the possibilities are there. could they blackmail bill clinton? chris: put out the word he had an affair but i'm keeping him. >> everybody makes their own judgment as to whether this is more important than that. chris: right. >> if you're asking me about the people i named in history, i think what they did for the country was more important than the other but you can disagree. chris: but were all kept secret at the time. >> except for bill clinton. in retrospect he say he was a good president and mr. was peace and p
experience it every day. >> bill: all right. it's human nature. ms. hayes, you won 6 million. not nearly what mr. white won but still a substantial amount of money. what was the worst part about that for you? >> people coming out of the woodwork and expecting me to divvy my money up and give it away. >> bill: tell me how that works. you were a child services social worker, which is, what, 50, 6,000. you are a middle class woman. so you win this 6 million. that's not a fortune. that's a lot. but it's not a fortune. people would come up to you and say, what? would would they say? >> well, basically i was making $25,000 a year. and i did not quit my job right away. i received letters, phone calls, people would come up to my job and give me sob stories. and wanting, you know, excessive amount of money from me. i didn't know those people. so the answer would be no. >> bill: come up to you and ask you for money. that's a very difficult thing. so there is pressure upon anybody who wins from other people who want the money. now, ultimately, mr. white, you invested your money into businesses, to expan
, correct. >> that's the great news, yes, sir. >> bill: few you, ms. hayes how did it work out? what did you do with the money. >> i retired at age 46 from my job. and i wrote a book how winning the lottery changed my life. i like to travel. combating a connick illness and my retirement has helped my physical condition greatly. >> bill: the money helped you also. and you are both in a place now that's better than before the power ball deal, right? you are both better now than you were before. >> correct. >> without question. without question. >> bill: we appreciate it when we come right back ms. megyn kelly on whether the supreme court will buy gay marriage as a civil rights issue. and then a great american news quiz returns tonight. the bad parents edition. maccallum and doocy warming up and we will be right [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't knowt yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the gre
as we roll over into the east bay valleys, thicker fog around livermore this morning. hayes been billing around that area and spilling into other parts 3/4 of a mile for you, hasn't made it up towards concord. novato down to 8th of a mile, napa quarter of a mile, santa rosa 3/4 of a mile ha is going to be your biggest hurdle -- chilly, you may have noticed mid 40s to around 50° this morning good 5 to 15° cooler than yesterday. upper 40s santa cruz and gilroy. high clouds and sun straightforward forecast today brighter, warmer this weekend, record highs possible. while were you sleeping cold front washed out to our south high pressure moved in with clockwise flow steering this next system farther north that's why we are getting the blow off in the form of high clouds check out how close the rain gets to us before it fall as part and stars to head too the northwest corner of the stay as we head -- towards tomorrow high pressure returns sunshine and warmer than today most of us in the mid 60s to 70, low to mid 60s coast monterey bay mid to upper 60s upper 60s to low 70s inland. heading to
need interns. i'll have a turkey sandwich. >> thank you, eric, bill, sam, liz. see you tomorrow, noon eastern joined by chris hayes, josh green, karen finney, author jay mcinerny. behind the scenes footage of the money bunny. check out "andrea mitchell reports" is next. >> good afternoon. hearings begin into benghazi. joining me, new hampshire republican senator kelly ayotte and north dakota democratic senator, kent conrad. intense israeli assault in gaza. we have live reports from the region and from israel's ambassador to the united states, michael oren. "andrea mitchell reports" is next. only on msnbc. ♪ [ male announcer ] why do more emergency workers everywhere trust duracell...?? duralock power preserve. locks in power for up to 10 years in storage. now...guaranteed. duracell with duralock. trusted everywhere. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world.
. secretary clinton is invited to testify. bill: the senate side is closed but the congressside is open. there will be some major headlines next week. the election may be over but questions on benghazi are nowhere finished. steven hayes on that. martha: police enforcing new rules at the pump. no drivers may be told no gas for you and how long that may last. [ man ] ring ring... progresso this reduced sodium soup says it mahelp lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just he to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. bill: police are stationed at gas stations all over new york city and long island. drivers with license plates ending in odd and even numbers can get gas on alternating days that's the new policy, adding to the frustrations in the aftermath of hurricane sandy. >> this is horrible. >> after they get gas they are calm and happy. i'm not getting cursed at no more. god bless america. bill: that's the r
for the chance to use it to sign this bill to make sure people's taxes don't go up. >> he's got the pen and the power. from the look on speaker boehner today, he's getting the message. joining me now is chris hayes, host of "up with chris hayes" here on msnbc and melissa harris-perry, host of melissa-harris perry on msnbc. thank you both for being here. melissa, it does seem that president obama has shifted his tactics this time around and it's all about using his power. >> yes. in this case we have to remember that nothing has fundamentally changed structurally as these players. it's the same lame duck congress. the new 113 is not seated yet. the power in this case is really the power of percent situation, the ability to convey two things. one, that the american people voted for him based on the sets of issues that are now before the country on the fiscal cliff issue and, secondly, he has to be convincing that republicans will be punished at the ballot box next time if they don't come to a deal. >> but, chris, speaker boehner keeps arguing for cuts but the second time in as many days h
in both of these states and federal government need to consider as well. more when it comes in. bill: we know a lot about the campaigns in the closing days here. are results from 2008. steve hayes with me out of washington to ride shotgun here. good morning to you, steve. want to take you back to your home state of wisconsin. later today governor romney makes his closing argument. going to milwaukee county, southwestern part of the state. this is an area where paul ryan knows we develop. he is from janesville nearby. 10 lech coral votes in play in wisconsin can republicans take the state as they argue? >> i think it is absolutely in play. look at recent history in wisconsin, go back two now, where a few thousand votes separated george w. bush and 2004 where john kerry and george w. bush were very close. and then you look at some of the built-in advantages republicans have in the state today, whether paul ryan being on the ticket. whether scott walker having won his recall election on june 5th and expanded his margin from 2010. reince priebus being chairman of the republican national comm
in coverage that the house will stay in republican control after november. a question from stephen hayes asks how are you going to work with the opposite party the bills are needed to the entire country not held up by partisanship? schriebman: first of all, the person committed to serving the community can make an enormous difference in congress. by ensuring the folks serving back here in the regional offices are responsive and ensure they are dedicated and follow-up. so regardless of whether congressman's republican party and sean boehner remain in control or whether democrats take control, i'm committed to ensuring that the best people in our offices responding to the needs of the constituents here. in terms of working across the aisle with the other party, i hope this election season, especially at the presidential level has been stirring kiss. the last two years we've seen of getting nothing done in congress, that we will learn from that when we begin a new session in january. for my part, having spent most of my career and nonpartisan public service, not seeing republican or democrat, i
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